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Trump Immigration Plan Offers a Ticket to the American Dream. The Poor Need Not Apply.

The Trump administration has said the immigration overhaul it announced this week will ensure that new legal residents carry their own weight, without prejudice or favor. Yet the new rule for weeding out those who might be a drain on taxpayers will almost certainly disadvantage poor people from Latin America, Africa and parts of Asia. Read more >

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United in Love and Solidarity Standing Against All Forms of Bigotry, White Supremacy

The events of these past couple of weeks have been overwhelming, producing a mixture of emotions -- grief, anger, sadness, frustration. Read more >

Kamala Harris: Immigration raids will distort 2020 census

Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris decried recent immigration raids as part of the Trump administration's "campaign of terror" that will distort the upcoming 2020 census. Read more >

The El Paso Shooter Embraced Eco-Fascism. We Can’t Let the Far Right Co-Opt the Environmental Struggle.

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Immigration ICE arrested hundreds of people in raids. Now ‘devastated’ children are without their parents.

Elizabeth Iraheta was passing the Koch Foods processing plant in Morton, Miss., on Wednesday when she saw immigration officials swarming outside and a helicopter overhead. Big silver buses lined the driveway and agents blocked the entrance gates. Read more >

Immigration Agents Arrest 680 Workers in Massive Raids at Mississippi Food Processing Plants

(Aug. 7, 2019) (MORTON, Miss.) — U.S. immigration officials raided seven Mississippi chicken processing plants Wednesday, arresting 680 mostly Latino workers in the largest workplace sting in at least a decade. Read more >

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